This week's "Things in a row" are from the park where we spend the winter.
I found these saguaros (pronounced "suh-wahr-oh") standing tall and proud:
The shuffleboards were oiled and readied for play.
The scoreboards were cleaned and waiting for marks. The benches are neatly lined up, too!
We have our own post office in the park; here are just some of the mail boxes.
Here is a rare sight indeed! Empty loungers at the pool!
Now THIS is a more common sight.....bicycles parked in a row. Riding a bicycle is a popular form of transportation in the park; then comes a golf cart.
Palm trees line the main drive of the park. I took this first photo from a second story window at sunset last week. Since this photo was taken, white lights have been added to the trunk of each palm tree so it is really lit up at night.
Here are the trees during the day. Still an impressive sight, with the humongous American Flag waving at the entrance to the park.
That's a little tour of where I spend my winter months. What have you got from your neck of the woods?